Sustainable Living – Resources
Are you new to the Tri-Cities, or new to the idea of living sustainably? Then here is a great place to start for discovering what is available in our community: from a more healthful life through farm fresh food and outdoor recreation, to reducing your carbon footprint, educating our children, and conserving resources.
Farmers Markets, Produce Stands
Kennewick Farmers Market Thursday 4pm-7pm. 204 W. Kennewick Ave. (May – October)
Pasco Farmers Market Saturday 9am-1pm. S. 4th Ave. & W. Columbia St. (May – October)
Richland Farmers Market– Friday 9am-1pm. 707 the Pkwy. (June – October)
Produce stands, U-Pick, Community Supported Agriculture, and more in the Tri-Cities guide.
Electric Vehicles Charging Stations – Find the latest info at Plugshare.
Mid Columbia Electric Vehicle Association (Facebook Page)
EVITA an industry collaboration comprised of Energy NW, Benton and Franklin PUD, and others.
Solar Washington is the nonprofit organization connecting you with “all things solar” in Washington.
Info on Ozone in the Tri-Cities and how to sign up for Ozone alerts. TriCities Ozone Forecast
See the Tri-Cities Guide for: Bicycling, hiking, running, camping, canoeing, kayaking, Bird Watching, Native Plant Identification & Wildlife Viewing, City Parks and Recreation Departments
When buying or building a home: Built Green® Tri-Cities Program
Mid-Columbia Beekeepers Association (facebookpage)
Ridges to Rivers Open Space Network
Sustainable Living Center Walla Walla:
Washington green schools and E3 Washington. Students and communities across Washington State are working to create greener, healthier school environments. E3 Washington supports environmental and sustainability education (ESE) for all WA students.